One-off Workshops for Adults
Come and use acrylics for the first time.
This rewarding medium can help you generate artistic images without worrying too much about expense, technique or discipline. You will examine famous artists to uncover secrets and have the chance to develop your own personal style.
Practise simple weaving techniques with natural willow to create a garden obelisk, a fish, an open platter, or a wreath to decorate with shells.
All materials and equipment will be provided, but please bring along gardening gloves and secateurs if possible.
Work with master printmaker Mary Dalton to produce your own unique set of lino-printed greeting cards.
Mary will work with each student to create their own imagery and mix their own colours to make a truly special set of cards.
A fantastic chance for beginners and intermediate participants alike to get creative with paints, fabric, papers and other media. Start rummaging through your recycling and bring along anything that inspires you, such as postage stamps, wrapping paper, snippets of ribbon or greetings cards – your possibilities are endless!
Have fun developing your printmaking skills in this introduction to linocut. Lyn will take you through the exciting ways you can create a relief print block using lino, giving you the chance to design and print your own bespoke linocut print.
All materials provided, with the option to purchase an additional piece of lino on the day.
Come along and sample the versatility of pastels in this exciting introduction to pastels and landscapes. Explore the elements that make up a landscape, and have fun using your own style to create a unique piece of art. Please bring along one or two images of your favourite landscape to work from and be guided by Robyn in this fun taster day.
Create wonderfully unique pieces of fused glass jewellery in this workshop. In this exciting class you will explore basic glass cutting, patterns and specialist glass such as dichroic glass and millefiori, to design beautiful pieces of jewellery such as a brooch, pendant, earrings or ring. All materials provided. Additional glass can be purchased from the tutor on the day. No experience is needed, although a degree of manual dexterity will be required.